Waste grading and subsequent recycling of secondary raw materials are currently generally considered as activities that are very beneficial to the environment. This is one of the major ways in which to achieve permanently sustainable development and environmental protection.

It is possible to recycle PET bottles, various plastic bottles, microtene, microtene bags, but also non-conforming plastic products and perform the LDPE recycling of foils. This also includes the recycling of plastic packaging materials, mouldings, overflows, spattering, broken pieces and other plastic products.

Thanks to the increasing recycling volume, the volume of generated waste, which would end up at the landfills is also being reduced. Currently, the so-called carbon trace is being reduced, which may in the final consequence  take the form of reduction of emissions, electricity consumption, crude oil or water required to make many new products.

Use of regranulates

Regranulates are used as raw materials for production of various plastic products. Their use helps saves your money in production. Because the recycled plastic waste is reused, this saves the manufacturer’s costs because the price of the secondary plastic materials is by all means lowerthan the price of the original materials.

What is regranulate?

  • Plastic waste can be processed into regranulate.
  • From the quality viewpoint, regranulate is the highest quality output material for further processing.
  • Regranulate takes the form of plastic granules, which are created at the end of thermal processing where the molten mass is filtered through a filtration fabric. The filter rids the material of any mechanical impurities.
  • In this process, it is also possible to add various fillers and additives or colour pigments to the processed polymer.
  • Addition of various refining additives is known in the Czech language as compounding, which is derived from the English word compound that in translation means mixing, mixture, compound.
  • The regranulates made in this manner may have modified technical properties and parameters or colour according to the customer’s desires.
  • The broad portfolio of products contain regranulates with various fillers and additives to specially stabilized or self-extinguishing designs.
  • We process most of the recyclable thermoplastics, particularly the injection moulding grades. Thanks to the special technology, we are also capable of regranulating materials with a fibre-glass content.
  • We purchase and sell crushed plastics and also make regranulate from the plastics you provide to us that you also re-acquire within the scope of the service.
ABS acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene based compounds Melt Flow Index (MFI): 1-35 household equipment (handles, bars, etc.), automotive industry (holders, fuel tanks, etc.)
HDPE high-density polyethylene based compounds Melt Flow Index (MFI): 1-15 automotive industry (holders, fuel tanks, etc.)
HIPS   Melt Flow Index (MFI): 6-8 suitable for use in the electrotechnical industry, such as for manufacturing of printers, copying machines, automotive, boards
PA polyamide based compound   automotive industry (covers, gears, pipes, etc.), electrotechnical industry (connectors, terminal blocks, switches, etc.)
PBT polybutylene terephthalate based compounds   automotive industry (covers, insulation, etc.), household equipment (covers, handles, etc.), electrotechnical industry (connectors, sockets, switches, etc.)
PC polycarbonate based compound Melt Flow Index (MFI): 25-30 electrotechnical industry (light bodies, etc.), automotive industry (speaker housings, covers, etc.)
PC/ABS polycarbonate and acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene based compounds Melt Flow Index (MFI): 18-26 electrotechnical industry (dashboards, etc.), automotive industry (wheel covers, etc.)
PP + GF, T polypropylene based compounds Melt Flow Index (MFI): 0 – 25 automotive industry (light housings, dashboards, etc.)
PS polystyrene based compounds